The 3rd annual Downtown Loft tour got some good press in the Richmond Times Dispatch this week.
Venture Richmond, a downtown advocacy group, is sponsoring a Downtown Loft Tour of 15 lofts in six neighborhoods two weeks from today — on Saturday, March 27.
“I wouldn’t live anywhere else but downtown,” said Tom McFalls, leasing manager at the River Lofts at Tobacco Row, whose industrial chic apartment will be open for the tour.
The author makes a great point about one of the benefits people thinking about moving downtown get out of the tour:
Lucy B. Meade, Venture Richmond’s director of marketing and development, said 7,700 people live in downtown Richmond and yet it doesn’t appear as if the city has that much residential space.
“The only way to believe it is to see it,” she said.
The owners of the lofts on the open house will be at their homes to talk with visitors. “It’s an opportunity to hear about why people love living downtown,” Meade said.
You can read the entire article here.
We’re co-sponsoring the Tour again this year, and one of our coolest listings, the Manchester Pie Factory, is featured on this year’s tour. It’s a must see condo.
Are you going to join us?
For more information, see Richmond Virginia Condos.